As part of federal requirements related to the Gas Tax Fund, each province and territory has completed an agreement with the Government of Canada that establishes a provincial/territorial approach to promoting and implementing municipal asset management. The agreements for each province and territory are unique and reflect varying capacities and experience with asset management. To view Alberta’s agreement, click here.

The Government of Alberta has finalized their approach to asset management, which has been approved by the Government of Canada. The approach includes two phases.

Phase 1 concludes in 2017 and focuses on developing tools, resources, training opportunities, and other capacity building mechanisms. Phase two runs from 2018 to 2023 and includes more concrete steps to assist municipalities in integrating asset management techniques into their corporate planning processes. At this point, the AAMDC is awaiting detail from the Government of Alberta as to how the activities identified in the approach will be completed, and what role the AAMDC and municipalities will have in their development.

To view Alberta’s approach, click here.

Enquiries may be directed to:

Wyatt Skovron
Policy Analyst

Kim Heyman
Director of Advocacy and Communications

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